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Time to Pay the Fiddler lyrics and chords are provided for your
personal use only, this is a very good Cal Smith tune. You can find
more of Cal's song lyrics with chords on this web site, they're all
great to play and sing.
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It's Time To Pay The Fiddler recorded by Cal Smith written by Don Wayne and Walter Haynes G Well it's time to pay the fiddler C And it's sad to know we've danced it all away D7 But the warm night's disappearing G Leaving nothing but the cold hard light of day And it's time to start erasing C All the rainbows we've been chasing in our minds D7 We know there's no way of making G Other ties on us unravel and unwind Yes it's time to pay the fiddler C And today's the day the first installment's due D7 For the rest of all my days I'll wonder why G The maker mismatched me and you But there's so much to consider like my wife and little children C Will need and want my love just like you do D7 Now it's time to pay the fiddler but before we pay the fiddler G Let's ask him to please play one last final tune Well it's time to pay the fiddler C And there's naked sorrow dripping from your eyes D7 Unrestrained and unashamed we love each other G Now we've got to leave it lie But I can feel my hands trembling C As I search to find the handle on the door D7 So let's let the fiddler pull his magic bow G Across our heart strings just once more Repeat # 3 & 4
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